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Latest Norfolk Christian community events 

Events of interest to the Norwich and Norfolk Christian community happening over the next four weeks.

18/01/2019 12:30pm
Churches Together in King’s Lynn will celebrate Christian unity with daily, half hour services hosted by churches from a wide range of denominations in the town. The theme for January 2019 is based on Deuteronomy 16:18-20, ‘Justice, and only justice, you shall pursue…’ Service led by Major Barbara Jeffery.
19/01/2019 10:00am
19/01/2019 12:30pm
Churches Together in King’s Lynn will celebrate Christian unity with daily, half hour services hosted by churches from a wide range of denominations in the town. The theme for January 2019 is based on Deuteronomy 16:18-20, ‘Justice, and only justice, you shall pursue…’ Service led by Rev Catherine Dixon.
20/01/2019 3:00pm
Diss and Roydon Churches Together are hosting a special service in celebration of the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity.  All are welcome. 
20/01/2019 5:00pm
Churches Together in King’s Lynn will celebrate Christian unity at this ecumenical service. The theme for January 2019 is based on Deuteronomy 16:18-20, ‘Justice, and only justice, you shall pursue…’ The preacher will be Rev John Belfield.
21/01/2019 12:30pm
Churches Together in King’s Lynn will celebrate Christian unity with daily, half hour services hosted by churches from a wide range of denominations in the town. The theme for January 2019 is based on Deuteronomy 16:18-20, ‘Justice, and only justice, you shall pursue…’ Service led by Rev Kevan Crane.
21/01/2019 7:30pm
A new season of ‘Transforming the Atmosphere’ meetings begins. All are welcome. Transforming the Atmosphere continues to build upon the specialist teaching of Rev Dr Alistair Petrie (after his three visits in 2015, 2016 and 2017), and has developed a ministry that combines socio-historical research with informed prayer-walking and a continuing discipline of humbly seeking the Lord for fresh insight. Further meetings are planned for the third Monday of the month
22/01/2019 12:30pm
Churches Together in King’s Lynn will celebrate Christian unity with daily, half hour services hosted by churches from a wide range of denominations in the town. The theme for January 2019 is based on Deuteronomy 16:18-20, ‘Justice, and only justice, you shall pursue…’ Service led by Andy Osborne.
23/01/2019 12:30pm
Churches Together in King’s Lynn will celebrate Christian unity with daily, half hour services hosted by churches from a wide range of denominations in the town.The theme for January 2019 is based on Deuteronomy 16:18-20, ‘Justice, and only justice, you shall pursue…’ Service led by Canon Christopher Ivory.
23/01/2019 12:30pm
Friends Meeting House, Upper Goat Lane, Norwich
Norwich Quakers welcome our ecumenical friends to join us to share half-an-hour of silent prayer during the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, followed by a simple lunch.
24/01/2019 10:00am
The annual Ecumenical Chain of Prayer for Christian Unity will take place in St Luke's Chapel of Norwich Cathedral from 10am to 4pm. The three ecumenical Canons will all be participating along with churches from across the Christian denominations of Greater Norwich. Everyone will be most welcome to drop by at any point during to day to join in and support this initiative. For more information contact Catherine Howe, County Ecumenical Officer, at catherine.howe@dioceseofnorwich.org.
24/01/2019 12:30pm
Churches Together in King’s Lynn will celebrate Christian unity with daily, half hour services hosted by churches from a wide range of denominations in the town.The theme for January 2019 is based on Deuteronomy 16:18-20, ‘Justice, and only justice, you shall pursue…’ Service led by Rev Canon James Nash.
24/01/2019 7:30pm
Norwich Healing Rooms every Thursday evening 7.30 p.m. - 9.30 p.m. at St Edmunds Church Fishergate
25/01/2019 12:30pm
Churches Together in King’s Lynn will celebrate Christian unity with daily, half hour services hosted by churches from a wide range of denominations in the town.The theme for January 2019 is based on Deuteronomy 16:18-20, ‘Justice, and only justice, you shall pursue…’ Service led by Lucy Mckitterick.
25/01/2019 7:00pm
25/01/2019 7:00pm
Heartbeat Ministries is setting this evening aside to seek God, meditate and pray for the year ahead. Our vocal worship will be Spirit-led, our voices being instruments as we ascend higher into his presence and receive his blessing. If you would like any further information please contact heartbeatministriesnorwich@gmail.com. 
26/01/2019 10:00am
A day of prayer for Britain will be held on January 26 in London. Call to Prayer will be booking a coach from Norfolk for this important event if a sufficient number are interested in travelling together.
26/01/2019 7:30pm
Singer Jonathan Veira will be returning to Gorleston at the end of January with a new one-man show which blends a love of hymns with his own style of laughter, storytelling and entertainment. Tickets priced £10 are on sale now online at www.standrewsgorleston.org.uk or the church office on 01493 656078
27/01/2019 10:00am
On January 27 St Andrew’s Church in Eaton will be marking the end of its 700th anniversary ‘Year of Celebration’ with a Service of Thanksgiving, held jointly with Christ Church, Eaton.  All are welcome.
28/01/2019 7:00pm
David Lloyd, January speaker. The title of his talk is “One Thing”. Dave Lloyd has been the Associate Vicar at St Thomas Church, Norwich since 2013. In 5 years St Thomas’ has expanded to three Church sites across the City and also owns a pub! Dave lives next to one of the Churches also known as the Sanctuary Coffee Stop, where they have regular jazz mornings and outreach events.
Dave is a founder trustee of the Norfolk based charity Street Child, which also founded the Sierra Leone Marathon which he has taken part in 7 times.
He loves playing jazz, sailing and spending time with his wife Anna, children Georgia and Zac and their crazy dog Poppy!
So do come and join us for an evening of fellowship, wonderful worship followed by the main talk. There will also be a time  for prayer ministry at the end of the evening. Please feel able to arrive at from  7pm for coffee, cakes and chat, for a 7.30 start.
 
For further information please email Tasha North at :  nnfillingstation@gmail.com or telephone 07825702360
28/01/2019 7:00pm
The monthly sessions will be delivered by St Stephen’s Curate Rev Dr Alex Irving alongside experienced Christian Dave Humphreys. Together they will offer teaching on the context and content of the Nicene-Constantinopolitan Creed of 381 as well as devotional reflections as to how it helps us to live as followers of Jesus today. The sessions will be a mixture of taught elements and discussion with a time of worship at the beginning of each session.There is no charge but donations are welcomed.
30/01/2019 5:00pm
Discussion evening led by Steve Foyster (Manager of Revelation) and Revd Neil Walker ( Retired Baptist Minister) using extracts from Russ Parker’s book
31/01/2019 7:30pm
Norwich Healing Rooms every Thursday evening 7.30 p.m. - 9.30 p.m. at St Edmunds Church Fishergate
01/02/2019 3:20pm
On the first Friday of each month you can join with others over tea and cake to share what you thought and felt about one of Julian of Norwich’s visions or ‘shewings’. This week: Fifth Shewing, the evil in us is overcome
02/02/2019
02/02/2019 6:00pm
The next MIX event for Christians to meet up and socialise is going to be a movie and pizza night. There is parking available. Please bring some cash with you and we’ll make a dominoes order once everyone has arrived. We will be watching the film ‘Risen’ although I guess it’s a bit early for Easter! 

Please let let Lucy Kemp know if you are planning on coming so that she can plan food/drinks - email mix@wfcdereham.org.  
03/02/2019 10:00am
Christ Church will be holding a celebration of its own at its annual Candlemas service on Sunday, February 3 at 10am. Candlemas marks the Presentation of Jesus at the Temple, and takes place, traditionally, 40 days after Christmas. The service will involve candles being blessed, the choir and a procession.
03/02/2019 12:00pm
The snowdrops attracted over 1200 visitors over four Sundays last year, breaking records for funds raised for the church’s upkeep.  This year there will again be rotating exhibitions by local and visiting artists in the church, as well as stalls from local businesses. Home-made spread of cakes and refreshments will be available.
 
Exhibiting artists for each Sunday will be as follows:
 
February 3: Stained Glass Craftsman & Restorer Neil Forkes of Forkes Stained Glass will display a selection of his work and have smaller items for sale.
 
February 10: Artist maker Julia Hilton and landscape painter Joanna Sheldon. 
 
February 17: ‘Nine Photographers’ based at Wells: Andrew Barclay, Pauline Chapman, Annie Cowper Johnson, Cecilia Evans, Linda Gower, Janet Keymer, Rosie Ward and Mary Groombridge.
 
February 24: Gillian Eustace - paintings and prints, with selection of goods for sale.  
 
For further information please contact the Warden, Geoffrey Hunter at info@thorpemarket.org.uk , 07980695385.
03/02/2019 4:00pm
Candlemas Service with Seasonal Music by the Kelling Consort.  All are most welcome.  Donations to the Upper Sheringham Bell Appeal.
05/02/2019 2:30pm
Brian Butcher will speak at the Princes Street Guild event. All welcome.
06/02/2019 7:00pm
First Wednesday of each month: Christian Motorcyclists Association branch meeting. All are welcome, a chance to get to know what we are about. Starts at 7pm For more information phone Greg Bright on 07814182940 or greg.bright@ntlworld.com or look at the Norfolk branch on the web site www.bike.org.uk
07/02/2019 7:00pm
Churches and Christian groups across Norwich are being invited to join a round-table conversation with residents, statutory agencies, community and faith groups who would like to work together for community transformation.
07/02/2019 7:30pm
A meeting about hospital and hospice chaplaincy. The speakers will be Revd Stella Green, lead chaplain at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, King’s Lynn and Sandro Dallas, the chaplain at Tapping House hospice.
07/02/2019 7:30pm
Norwich Healing Rooms every Thursday evening 7.30 p.m. - 9.30 p.m. at St Edmunds Church Fishergate
08/02/2019 7:00pm
On Friday, February 8, 7.30pm and Saturday, February 9, 10am-4pm the Eastgate Church team from Northfleet will be delivering a taster of the Bethel Firestarters Course.

The Firestarters Course is a 12-week course written by Kevin Dedmon from Bethel Church, Redding, in California. It is designed to challenge Christians to become radical followers of Jesus pursuing passion, purpose, and power.

The cost of the two-day conference is £20 which includes lunch.
 
08/02/2019 7:30pm
At the Filling Station we focus on drawing close to God through worship, testimony and hearing God’s Word taught. The aim is to experience His tangible presence in our worship times, so that we are refreshed and refuelled by the Holy Spirit to be happy witnesses for Jesus.  There is always the opportunity for prayer ministry in the power of the Holy Spirit during our meetings. We are expectant of seeing signs and wonders accompanying the preaching of the Word of God. We do hope that you will come and join us. You will be warmly welcomed. Refreshments from 7.00pm. This month our speakers are Jonathan and Paige Squirrell from Beacon Church in Bacton. 
09/02/2019 9:30am
On Friday, February 8, 7.30pm and Saturday, February 9, 10am-4pm the Eastgate Church team from Northfleet will be delivering a taster of the Bethel Firestarters Course.

The Firestarters Course is a 12-week course written by Kevin Dedmon from Bethel Church, Redding, in California. It is designed to challenge Christians to become radical followers of Jesus pursuing passion, purpose, and power.

The cost of the two-day conference is £20 which includes lunch.
 
09/02/2019 12:00pm
Norwich Healing Rooms will be at St Stephens Church every second Saturday of the month from 12 O’clock until 3 pm
09/02/2019 7:30pm
Assembly House, Norwich
St Thomas Norwich Trust is offering people the opportunity to support its developing work tackling modern slavery in Norfolk and across the world by attending an Evening to Bring Freedom at the Assembly house in the city on February 9.
Tickets are £40 per head and include a three-course meal and a drink on arrival.
10/02/2019 12:00pm
The snowdrops attracted over 1200 visitors over four Sundays last year, breaking records for funds raised for the church’s upkeep.  This year there will again be rotating exhibitions by local and visiting artists in the church, as well as stalls from local businesses. Home-made spread of cakes and refreshments will be available.
 
Exhibiting artists for each Sunday will be as follows:
 
February 10: Artist maker Julia Hilton and landscape painter Joanna Sheldon. 
 
February 17: ‘Nine Photographers’ based at Wells: Andrew Barclay, Pauline Chapman, Annie Cowper Johnson, Cecilia Evans, Linda Gower, Janet Keymer, Rosie Ward and Mary Groombridge.
 
February 24: Gillian Eustace - paintings and prints, with selection of goods for sale.  
 
For further information please contact the Warden, Geoffrey Hunter at info@thorpemarket.org.uk , 07980695385.
13/02/2019 7:00pm
Hidden Voices is written in four modules: Understanding modern slavery, Prevention, Detection and Restoring dignity. All the modules include Biblical reflections and practical tools and activities to help churches work alongside their community. There are also case studies that help people to see how they might already be coming across modern slavery without knowing it.
 
 
14/02/2019 7:30pm
Norwich Healing Rooms every Thursday evening 7.30 p.m. - 9.30 p.m. at St Edmunds Church Fishergate
17/02/2019 12:00pm
The snowdrops attracted over 1200 visitors over four Sundays last year, breaking records for funds raised for the church’s upkeep.  This year there will again be rotating exhibitions by local and visiting artists in the church, as well as stalls from local businesses. Home-made spread of cakes and refreshments will be available.
 
Exhibiting artists for each Sunday will be as follows:
 
February 17: ‘Nine Photographers’ based at Wells: Andrew Barclay, Pauline Chapman, Annie Cowper Johnson, Cecilia Evans, Linda Gower, Janet Keymer, Rosie Ward and Mary Groombridge.
 
February 24: Gillian Eustace - paintings and prints, with selection of goods for sale.  
 
For further information please contact the Warden, Geoffrey Hunter at info@thorpemarket.org.uk , 07980695385.
20/02/2019 7:00pm
Hidden Voices is written in four modules: Understanding modern slavery, Prevention, Detection and Restoring dignity. All the modules include Biblical reflections and practical tools and activities to help churches work alongside their community. There are also case studies that help people to see how they might already be coming across modern slavery without knowing it.
 
 
21/02/2019 7:30pm
Norwich Healing Rooms every Thursday evening 7.30 p.m. - 9.30 p.m. at St Edmunds Church Fishergate
22/02/2019 3:00pm
Games, food, fun activities. Children 3pm to 5pm. Youth 7.30pm to 9pm.
23/02/2019
Octagon Chapel, Norwich
Norfolk Camerata (formerly North Norfolk Chorale) will be hosting a Come and Sing Day to celebrate its re-launch. Two very popular works will be the focus of the day: Vivaldi's 'Gloria' has been described as 'a joyful hymn of praise and worship', while 'Zadok the Priest', well known for its performance at every British coronation since that of George II, boasts one of the most thrilling choral entrances in the musical canon.
 
Guest conductor Martin Budgett will lead a workshop on the music in the morning, and the afternoon session will involve rehearsal for performance, led by our Musical Director, Jonathan Dodd. Our singers will benefit greatly from experiencing two complementary approaches to the music.
 
The day will conclude with an evening concert starting at 6.00 pm, when the assembled choir will perform these works to an audience, and which will also feature Pergolesi's 'Stabat Mater' with Elenor Bowers-Jolley and Willow Swiatek as soloists.
 
To take part in the workshops and performance costs £16 which includes hire of scores. Tickets for the evening performance cost £10. Participants can bring their own lunch and refreshments to enjoy in the Chapel’s meeting room, or take advantage of the many pubs, cafes and restaurants in this corner of Norwich.
 
Application forms to take part, or tickets for the performance, can be purchased through the Norfolk Camerata website at www.norfolkcamerata.co.uk
or from Ros at ros.peedle@live.co.uk
or phone 01692 405591.
24/02/2019 12:00pm
The snowdrops attracted over 1200 visitors over four Sundays last year, breaking records for funds raised for the church’s upkeep.  This year there will again be rotating exhibitions by local and visiting artists in the church, as well as stalls from local businesses. Home-made spread of cakes and refreshments will be available.
 
Exhibiting artists will be Gillian Eustace - paintings and prints, with selection of goods for sale.  
 
For further information please contact the Warden, Geoffrey Hunter at info@thorpemarket.org.uk , 07980695385.
25/02/2019 7:00pm
The monthly sessions will be delivered by St Stephen’s Curate Rev Dr Alex Irving alongside experienced Christian Dave Humphreys. Together they will offer teaching on the context and content of the Nicene-Constantinopolitan Creed of 381 as well as devotional reflections as to how it helps us to live as followers of Jesus today. The sessions will be a mixture of taught elements and discussion with a time of worship at the beginning of each session.There is no charge but donations are welcomed.
25/02/2019 7:00pm
Two-course dinner with guest speakers: Paul and Jeannie Poulton. Paul (singer/songwriter) and Jeannie (vocalist with The Reapers) teamed up (married) to bring music, humour and gospel to audiences of all ages.
Tickets are £15, events starts at 7 for 7.30pm.
Tickets should be booked in advance via Dr Barrie Lawrence, Norwich Chapter President, on 01603 898289
or by email to: barrielawrence@btinternet.com
 
26/02/2019 10:30am
Home made Fairtrade cakes, Bring and Buy, Games and Raffle.
27/02/2019 9:30am
Rev Canon Chris Copsey, Development Worker for Good Work and Chaplain to the Norfolk Coroner, is organising a half day training around self care for chaplains and those in pastoral support on February 27.

Places are limited in numbers so please book early.

Coffee will be served from 9.30am for a 10am start.  A light lunch will be served at 1pm. To book your place please email Chris at chriscopsey@btinternet.com.
 
28/02/2019 7:30pm
Norwich Healing Rooms every Thursday evening 7.30 p.m. - 9.30 p.m. at St Edmunds Church Fishergate
 

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